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The flagship journal of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the longest running religious journal in America.
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Adventist Review 19h
Life Health Foods, a Seventh-day Adventist-owned food company in Australia, has teamed up with former Olympian Stephanie Rice to increase awareness of the benefits of following a plant-based diet, and to encourage Australians to eat more plant-based foods.
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Adventist Review 19h
During the 35-day shutdown, paychecks were withheld from thousands of federal employees. Below are some examples of SDA's meeting the practical needs of those whose lives were impacted by the shutdown. Read More Here:
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Adventist Review 19h
As the Seventh-day Adventist Church continues to grow worldwide, the need for mission field offices increases. The Southern Asia-Pacific Division is no exception. Read More Here:
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Adventist Review Feb 16
A spirit of friendship and mutual respect marked a two-day meeting between representatives of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement. Read the full story here:
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Adventist Review Feb 16
The Lord Transform Me initiative has resulted in thousands of new church members. Read the full story here:
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Adventist Review Feb 15
From the very first camp meeting of the SDAChurch, held in 1868 on the farm of E. H. Root in Wright, Michigan, to the 111 camp meetings held in the North American Division in 2018, the benefits of these gatherings are still countless. Read More Here:
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Adventist Review Feb 15
When Seventh-day Adventist archaeologists first dug into the sandy soil of central Jordan back in 1968, their goal was to find evidence of the ancient Old Testament town of Heshbon, which was linked to the Israelite Exodus and conquest. Read More Here:
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Adventist Review Feb 15
The almost two-year legal ordeal of Han Ji Man, a young Seventh-day Adventist medical student in South Korea, ended last month when the country’s Supreme Court upheld his right to take university exams outside of Saturday (Sabbath) hours. Read More Here:
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Adventist Review Feb 14
At home I couldn’t get Carla off my mind. I made it a matter of prayer, and the Holy Spirit convicted me to write her a letter. Read the full story here:
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Adventist Review Feb 14
The recipe for Randy Scott’s heart attack was simple: addiction to stress, work overload, and not enough work-life balance. Sound familiar? Read More Here:
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Adventist Review Feb 14
Religious freedom is under threat from proposed amendments to a bill being considered by a Senate committee of Australia’s federal parliament, Michael Worker told a committee hearing in Sydney, Australia, on February 7, 2019. Read More Here:
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Adventist Review Feb 14
Turning to church leaders, he said, “I encourage you to, as Jesus said in John 10:10, ‘live life and live it abundantly.’ Don’t die before you’re dead. Don’t give up. Just keep moving ahead.” Read the full story here:
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Adventist Review Feb 12
Sixty SDA departmental leaders and their teams from across Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania now have a greater understanding in dealing with mental health issues thanks to a three-part training series run in the Baltic Union over the past year. Read More:
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Adventist Review Feb 12
Around 100 Seventh-day Adventist leaders convened in Gangneung, South Korea, for the first regional Youth, Children, Education (YCE) Summit, January 13-16, 2019. Read the Full Story Here:
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Adventist Review Feb 12
Dozens of Seventh-day Adventist pastors from throughout the Inter-American Division (IAD) territory recently joined local ministers across Costa Rica to preach the Word of God and visit the homes of thousands of members. Read the full story here:
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Adventist Review Feb 9
Broken people? The adjective’s redundant. We’re busted out of the box, the damage not in the shipping and handling (though they help) but in the assembly. Read more here:
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Adventist Review Feb 9
“We did not want to leave,” said Libe, an indigenous Venezuelan refugee, in referring to her home country. Libe found a new home in Belém, the capital of Pará in northern Brazil.
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Adventist Review Feb 9
In one of the most iconic moments in biblical antiquity, God spoke to Moses and enlisted him in the divine work of deliverance. Moses would not deliver Israel from sin; that work was reserved for the Messiah. Read More Here:
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Adventist Review Feb 8
When it comes to helping children to flourish, Sanitarium Health Food Company is advocating a simpler, more wholistic approach. Read the full story here:
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Adventist Review Feb 8
The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Cambodia celebrated the inauguration of its first community center, commonly called a “Center of Influence,” in the city of Battambang, on January 22, 2019. Read More Here:
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